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    Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering

    versión impresa ISSN 1021-2019

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    DE BEER, M; MAINA, J W  y  NETTERBERG, F. Mechanistic modelling of weak interlayers in flexible and semi-flexible road pavements: Part 2. J. S. Afr. Inst. Civ. Eng. [online]. 2012, vol.54, n.1, pp. 43-54. ISSN 1021-2019.

    This paper (Part 2 of a two-part set of papers) discusses models and illustrates the adverse effects of weak layers, interlayers, laminations and/or weak interfaces in flexible and semi-flexible pavements, also incorporating lightly cemented layers. The modelling is based on mechanistic analyses for pavement design and evaluation. In Part 1, the effects of these relatively weak layers, interlayers, laminations and/or weak interfaces were discussed. It was shown that methodologies are available to detect and investigate the existence of these weak layers in cemented pavement layers. In Part 2, several cases of the above conditions for different road pavement types are discussed, with field examples. Mechanistic analyses were done on a typical hot mix asphalt (HMA), several cases of a cemented base pavement and a granular base pavement, with and without these weak layers and interface conditions to demonstrate their adverse effects. The analyses focus on the strain energy of distortion (SED) as a pavement response parameter to indicate the potential for structural damage expected within the pavement structure or layer. Generally, the higher the SED, the higher the potential damage in the pavement layer. SED shows some potential for quantifying the relative effects of these weak layers, interlayers, laminations and/or weak interfaces within flexible and semi-flexible pavements.

    Palabras llave : weak layers; interlayers; modelling; pavement; stabilised.

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